Student Organization Spotlight: Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

Student Organization Spotlight: Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

Guest blogger: Jason Ocampo, External Outreach for SHPE

What is the goal of your student organization?

SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development.

Who is welcome to join your organization?

Any and all are welcome to be a part of SHPE!

How can students connect with your organization?

Why did you join the organization?

There are many aspects in society that must be improved. With SHPE, I can see those changes be made with the next generation of professionals.

What are some examples of events of programs that your student organization participate in or plans?

Networking events, Watson Soccer Tournament, SHPE National Convention, SHPE Jr., and many more!

As a student leader how important is it for students to get involved on campus?

Change doesn’t start until people go out and do it. If we want to see improvement in our community, and even society, students should go out and get involved with the various clubs and opportunities in Binghamton. Any act, big or small, can improve the lives of others.

What skills do you feel members gain from being part of your organization? 

Networking skills, interview preparation, discussion skills, collaboration skills.

By Sophia Givre ’11, MA ’13, PhD ’17
Sophia Givre ’11, MA ’13, PhD ’17 Career Consultant Sophia Givre ’11, MA ’13, PhD ’17